Agility Fuel Systems Opens New Product Support Service Center
Agility Fuel Systems, the leading designer and producer of natural gas fuel storage and delivery systems for heavy duty trucks and buses recently announced the opening of their Product Support Group Service Center. The new 5,000 square foot office is located within walking distance of Agility’s corporate headquarters in Santa Ana, CA, and will service the over 25,000 Agility natural gas equipped vehicles on the road. These vehicles log over 1.5 billion miles per year, and it is critical for fleets and end users to minimize their service and down-time.
Agility’s Product Support Group Service Center is unique in the industry in providing superior service to our customers. Yoshio Coy, Director of Product Support said, “Our new and improved service center supports both end-users and service providers with technical assistance, warranty authorization and processing, parts distribution and much more.” It is staffed with over 50 dedicated service employees, supports a network of 150 service providers, four parts depots, and provides the following:
The Agility hotline can be reached at (949) 267-7745 for immediate support. Additional support is available on Agility’s website, www.agilityfs.com, where operation manuals can be downloaded and training videos can be viewed.
Andy Douglas, Agility’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, Sales, and Service, stated, “This is an important step for our company. Our new service center is the key to maintaining our focus in offering the best customer support in the industry. Our product support is unrivaled, and is one of Agility’s many competitive advantages.”
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